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Other than Honorable: Day 3

A Gazette investigation shows an increasing number of soldiers, including wounded combat veterans, are being kicked out of the service for misconduct, often with no benefits, as the Army downsizes after a decade of war.

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Special Forces Sgt. Paul Sasse gets patted down before going back to solitary confinement Jan. 23 at the El Paso County jail. The wounded Army veteran had been in jail without charge since July in connection with beating his wife and assaulting military police. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette
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Special Forces Sgt. Paul Sasse gets patted down before going back to solitary confinement Jan. 23 at the El Paso County jail. The wounded Army veteran had been in jail without charge since July in connection with beating his wife and assaulting military police. Michael Ciaglo, The Gazette
Click here to read the full story.